Grammatik

Interrogativpronomen

Possessivpronomen

Pronomen

Question Tags

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Grammatik

Interrogativpronomen

Possessivpronomen

Pronomen

Question Tags

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Beispielfragen:

Decide which ending is correct:
You like this band, ______

Use either since or for.
The water has been boiling ____ ten minutes.

Use either since or for.
I’ve been working in the post-office ____ a month.

Use either since or for.
They have been living in Scotland ____ 1945.

Decide which ending is correct:
She was cleaning the car, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You won't leave me, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You aren't allowed to smoke, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You can come to my house, __________

Use either since or for.
That girl has been sitting there ____ eight o’clock.

Use either since or for.
He has been in prison ____ two years

Übersetze: Sarah ist das Mädchen, dessen Vater Lehrer ist.

Use either since or for.
We’ve been playing ____ an hour.

Decide which ending is correct:
He hasn't painted his room, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
She isn't late, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You didn't pay for my meal, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
This city is very busy, __________

The tourist _____ watched the accident tried to rescue the girl.

Übersetze: Der Mann, den du siehst, ist mein Onkel.

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

If Jane eats too many sweets, _______________

Decide which ending is correct:
You lost your keys, __________

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

Grammatik

Interrogativpronomen

Possessivpronomen

Pronomen

Question Tags

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Beispielfragen:

Decide which ending is correct:
You like this band, ______

Use either since or for.
The water has been boiling ____ ten minutes.

Use either since or for.
I’ve been working in the post-office ____ a month.

Use either since or for.
They have been living in Scotland ____ 1945.

Decide which ending is correct:
She was cleaning the car, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You won't leave me, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You aren't allowed to smoke, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You can come to my house, __________

Use either since or for.
That girl has been sitting there ____ eight o’clock.

Use either since or for.
He has been in prison ____ two years

Übersetze: Sarah ist das Mädchen, dessen Vater Lehrer ist.

Use either since or for.
We’ve been playing ____ an hour.

Decide which ending is correct:
He hasn't painted his room, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
She isn't late, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You didn't pay for my meal, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
This city is very busy, __________

The tourist _____ watched the accident tried to rescue the girl.

Übersetze: Der Mann, den du siehst, ist mein Onkel.

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

If Jane eats too many sweets, _______________

Decide which ending is correct:
You lost your keys, __________

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?